When it comes to calendars—are you paper or paperless? Do you use a paper planner or go digital? Or maybe both?
Recently, I mentioned it on my Instagram feed that I was so excited to bust out my new planner for next year (while also showing that my current planner was being held together with duct tape, eek!).
In high school and college I used paper planners, but as blackberry took the scene (yes, I'm THAT old), only to be usurped by iPhone and all the bells and whistles of digital planners I took a break from paper and pen.
However, a few years ago, a friend of mine gifted me a beautiful paper planner from Horacio Printing. I used their planners for a couple of years and hosted dream planning parties at the beginning of the year with friends and my small group from church. If you're interested in a great product and experience and are willing to pay a little extra, I definitely recommend Horacio Printing Annual Calendars.
If you're looking for something a little less expensive with goals planning and Christian focused copy inside, I recommend trying out Christian Planner. The last two years, a couple friends and I have been using this planner. I really like the layout with a full month, then weekly layouts that are separated with room for devotional or church notes in between. The full site includes other resources like prayer journals and devotionals as well.
So if you're looking for a new paper calendar that will filling your planning bucket and help you keep Christ at the center, then check out one of these above!
Lastly, I inquired about a new planner that hit my radar and they are sending me one to review. It's called Stay True Planner and it has an assessment to take that is online I think. I haven't gotten it in the mail yet, but when I do I'll include it on this post or write a different one. Here's the link in case you want to look into it while you wait!
UPDATE: I got the Stay True Planner in the mail. It is beautiful, sturdy, and full of room to stay organized! It is not dated, so you can start it any time, any year! There are blank notes pages for habit tracking INCLUDING devotionals! It includes starter pages for goals and an online assessment to get you moving in the right direction plus a year in review section which I haven’t seen in a calendar yet!
You can purchase the Stay True Planner here.